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De Fina, Anna & Alexandra Georgakopoulou
2008. Analysing narratives as practices. Qualitative Research 8:3  pp. 379 ff. Crossref logo
Johnson, A.
2006.  In Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics,  pp. 661 ff. Crossref logo
Johnson, Alison
2008. ‘From where we're sat …’: Negotiating narrative transformation through interaction in police interviews with suspects. Text & Talk 28:3 Crossref logo
Koven, Michele
2011. Comparing stories told in sociolinguistic interviews and spontaneous conversation. Language in Society 40:1  pp. 75 ff. Crossref logo
Laforest, Marty
2009. Dire et redire : la constellation narrative. Revue québécoise de linguistique 29:1  pp. 155 ff. Crossref logo

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